ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 29, 2001
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The total collapse of the energy trading company Enron, which may be headed for the biggest bankruptcy in history, introduced.
(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The financial and legal implications of Enron's collapse examined; details given of the disappearance of pension funds and of questions about the company's finances. [Linemen Terry WOOTEN - says Enron executives should be in prison.] [Energy industry analyst Andre MEADE - assesses Enron's last-ditch effort.] [Investor Mary PEARSON - says the company has gone down the drain.]
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